CEO of Cricket Australia James Sutherland speaks to media after Shane Warne is fined by Big Bash League and the Commonwealth Bank One-Day International squad is named

Sutherland said it was unappropriate for him to comment on whether Warne should appeal against the ban but said he was concerned about the Warne's behaviour and the breach of conduct set down by Cricket Australia.

Australian star Shane Warne was banned for one match and fined Aus$4,500 (US$4,700) Monday after an ugly, foul-mouthed clash with West Indian Marlon Samuels during a Twenty20 match in Melbourne.

The spin legend, captaining the Melbourne Stars against city rivals the Renegades in the domestic Big Bash tournament on Sunday, was furious that Samuels pulled back David Hussey when the batsman was turning for a second run.

And when Samuels was batting later in the game, Warne confronted the West Indian by swearing at him.